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Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor   (Open Box)
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OVERVIEW

In-your-face onstage monitoring.

The compact, rugged, and lightweight Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor can be mounted on a mic stand (with optional adapter), set on a keyboard, amp, or table for effective up-close monitoring, or as a stage monitor with 4 different angled positions for optimum placement and versatility. The monitor is designed to reduce stage clutter and volume by putting the sound where you can most use it. The PM-200A features headphone outputs, line outputs, and external speaker outputs. The PM-200A stage monitor is also extremely versatile and can be configured in a number of ways to suit your special needs.

The PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor is the perfect tool for monitoring audio on stage or in rehearsal. This unit puts the controls at your fingertips so you'll never have to scream for "More Monitors!" again. The Nady PM-200A is tailor-made to reduce feedback while allowing vocals and instruments to stand out in the mix. Simply input a line level feed from the main or monitor mixer and adjust the EQs and Volume to your personal liking. Or you can input your instrument/vocal signal directly, before outputting to the main PA, to hear yourself solo. You'll hear yourself loud and clear and never miss the bridge again with the PM-200A monitor by your side!

FEATURES
  • Powerful internal 150W RMS amp
  • Specially designed dual ferro-fluid 5" drivers
  • Powers internal speakers plus up to 4 PM-100 Personal Stage Monitors
  • 2 external speaker outputs
  • 125dB maximum SPL cuts through loudest mixes
  • Balanced 1/4" TRS and XLR input jacks
  • Volume control
  • 3-band EQ controls Clipping LED indicators
  • High-powered headphone output
  • 1/4" balanced line output for daisy chaining with other PM-200A, or connecting to mixers and PAs
  • Works with most standard 5/8" microphone stands

Order today and hear yourself loud and clear.

SPECIFICATIONS

PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor

  • Mic Input: balanced XLR
    Input Impedance: 2K
    Maximum Input: -10.2dBm (235mV)
    Sensitivity (for max output w/Volume max): -40dBm (7.5mV)

    Line Input: balanced/unbalanced TRS 1/4"
    Input Impedance: 20K ohms (10K ohms unbalanced)
    Maximum Input: +22dBm (10V)
    Sensitivity (for max output w/Volume max): -10dBm (230mV)

    Line Output: balanced XLR
    Output Impedance: 1.4kOhm
    Maximum Output (w/10K load): 15.5dBm (4.3V)

    EQ and Volume: rotary knobs
    High: +/-12dB @ 10K Hz
    Mid: +/-12dB @ 2.5K Hz
    Bass: +/-12dB @ 120 Hz
    Headphone Output: 1/4" TRS Stereo
    Power: 2 x 80mW @ 32 ohms

    Power Amp Output: 2 internal speakers, 2 external 1/4" outputs
    Power: 2 x 50W RMS @ 8 ohms (Total 100W RMS)
    2 x 75W RMS @ 4 ohms (Total 150W RMS)
    Frequency Response: 20Hz ” 50KHz
    THD: 0.055%
    S/N: -81dB
    Noise Floor: 200uV
    Amplifier protection: clipping LED's, thermal runaway, short circuit, anti-thump on/off protection

    Internal Speakers: 5" full-range
    Impedance: 8 ohms
    Voice Coil diameter: 1"
    Power Requirements: Selectable, 115VAC/60Hz or 230VAC/50Hz
    Fuse Requirements: 5x20mm glass tube F.B. 6A 250V @ 115VAC
    3A 250V @ 230VAC
    Weight: 9.6 lbs. (4.4 Kg)
    Dimensions (HWD): 11.1" x 7" x 6.1" (28 x 18 x 15.5 cm)
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NadyPM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor
 
4.2

(based on 37 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (21)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (10)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (2)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (4)

95%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (18)
  • Portable (18)
  • Quick setup (17)
  • Good value (14)
  • Durable (11)

Cons

  • Not durable (4)

Best Uses

  • Performances (16)
  • Home studio (5)
  • Outdoor events / games (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Professional musician (17), Experienced (5)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Good for the Money $$$$$$$$$$$

I have both the non-powered Nady monitor (passive) and this powered Nady monitor (active), due to fact that I sometimes have different PA system configurations to plug into. This powered monitor is...Read complete review

I have both the non-powered Nady monitor (passive) and this powered Nady monitor (active), due to fact that I sometimes have different PA system configurations to plug into. This powered monitor is good, although it is not balanced on the stand that I use, leans in one direction and I feel it's putting pressure/strain on the plastic mount piece on the bottom of the monitor. I have used floor monitors in the past (they usually hit me around the kneecap, so I have to crank them way-up to even hear), so I am sold on the idea of using these monitors (I barely have to adjust the volume about 2, since they are placed at my ear level about 4 feet away from my head).Great idea, good unit and I've had little problems (be sure to purchase a few extra fuses, since the fuse mount is located in the back and with moving around, these fuses can get loose and fall out - I had to go on the internet to find the correct replacements, so I bought 5 and keep them in the PA bag).

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Fragile

Decent. The sound it alright for the price. Giving you the option to output to 2 other non-powered speakers is nice and the EQ on it can be helpful. I'll just be looking...Read complete review

Decent. The sound it alright for the price. Giving you the option to output to 2 other non-powered speakers is nice and the EQ on it can be helpful. I'll just be looking for something a little more rugged.
Being power themselves, these are nice little monitors that you can use to send a signal to a second and third monitor as well. We've used it that way in our church setup for a while now.
We have had 2 PM-200A and a PM-100 on stage at our church. Both PM-200A units have fallen off of the mic stands (even using the adapter) and broke. The first one had a cracked circuit board inside and was told it would cost as much for a new board as it would to buy a new unit. The second one fell and the input jack component broke in half, causing a wonderful buzzing noise when you plug anything into it or any other jack. These things don't seem to be made to take any kind of beating. Too fragile in my opinion.
I would say it would be a good value if it's something you aren't going to be moving around a lot. We set up and tear down each week, so I guess it was just a matter of time before one of them hit the floor, I just wish it would have been made a little stronger.

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(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

Fragile

By Chris-5lZnx

from Pittsburgh

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Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

Decent. The sound it alright for the price. Giving you the option to output to 2 other non-powered speakers is nice and the EQ on it can be helpful. I'll just be looking for something a little more rugged.
Being power themselves, these are nice little monitors that you can use to send a signal to a second and third monitor as well. We've used it that way in our church setup for a while now.
We have had 2 PM-200A and a PM-100 on stage at our church. Both PM-200A units have fallen off of the mic stands (even using the adapter) and broke. The first one had a cracked circuit board inside and was told it would cost as much for a new board as it would to buy a new unit. The second one fell and the input jack component broke in half, causing a wonderful buzzing noise when you plug anything into it or any other jack. These things don't seem to be made to take any kind of beating. Too fragile in my opinion.
I would say it would be a good value if it's something you aren't going to be moving around a lot. We set up and tear down each week, so I guess it was just a matter of time before one of them hit the floor, I just wish it would have been made a little stronger.

(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good for the Money $$$$$$$$$$$

By Drummer Bob

from Sandpoint, Idaho

About Me Professional Musician

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Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

      I have both the non-powered Nady monitor (passive) and this powered Nady monitor (active), due to fact that I sometimes have different PA system configurations to plug into. This powered monitor is good, although it is not balanced on the stand that I use, leans in one direction and I feel it's putting pressure/strain on the plastic mount piece on the bottom of the monitor. I have used floor monitors in the past (they usually hit me around the kneecap, so I have to crank them way-up to even hear), so I am sold on the idea of using these monitors (I barely have to adjust the volume about 2, since they are placed at my ear level about 4 feet away from my head).Great idea, good unit and I've had little problems (be sure to purchase a few extra fuses, since the fuse mount is located in the back and with moving around, these fuses can get loose and fall out - I had to go on the internet to find the correct replacements, so I bought 5 and keep them in the PA bag).

      (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Nice piece of equipment

      By Ann

      from San Diego

      About Me Experienced

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy To Use
      • Portable

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

          The monitor needs a mic stand adapter, which does not come with the equipment.
          It would have been a better purchasing experience to note on the monitor description, that an extra part would be needed. No one likes those kind of surprises.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          4.0

          Don't buy refurbished

          By Greg

          from Peru, New York

          About Me Experienced

          See all my reviews

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Portable
          • Quick Setup

          Cons

          • Breaks Easily

          Best Uses

          • Home Studio

          Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

          One of the two 5 inch speakers blew during my first song. The system is made of particle board and is weak. The system has plenty of power and the speakers do not sound bad when they are in good condition. This unit though is not working as it should and the output to hook up extension speakers is not working. I think this is just a bad system, a fluke not representative of Nady products. If I could do it over though I would have purchased a different system!

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Review

          By Val

          from Dallas

          Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

          I'm a drummer in a loud rock band, and was tired of never being able to hear anything on stage, so I bought this monitor almost a year ago. I still love it! I drop the low end on the built-in EQ, and the mids and highs pierce cleanly through the stage sound so I can easily hear for vocal harmonies. I also use it at home to practice on my electronic drum kit, and to play guitar. It puts out a great sound and keeps the monitor controls right at my fingertips, so I'm not having to yell to sound guys between songs. Well worth the money! My only criticism would be that when you turn up a lot of the low end on the EQ, it does get a bit muddy and start clipping before it gets to stage volumes, so it's not great for hearing a lot of bass, but if that's not an issue for you, then I can't recommend this highly enough.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Just what I needed!

          By Anonymous

          from Undisclosed

          Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

          We installed the Nady PM-200A to replace a Mackie SM150 at our church. The Mackie's offer multiple inputs and bill the SM150 as a "compact PA" - by comparison, the Nady PM-200A is a MONITOR.So, while you might not be able to plug-in both a microphone and a guitar and mix mutliple inputs, as far as personal stage MONITORS go, this blows the Mackie away. PLUS, this has a headphone output and allows you to use both the internal speaker AND the headphones at the same time. So, with one line-level monitor mix signal from the board, this doubles as a monitor and a headphone pre-amp for you in-ears.I'm buying another one for our keyboard player in a rock cover band for club use...As for posts commenting on system noise...it's not from these speakers. These are quiet and accurate monitors.

          (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Better than the pwrd Hot Spots.

          By Pablo

          from Phoenix

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          Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

          I can't rate this as a 10 overall because it's reliability and durability has yet to be tested fully (by our band), since I've only had it a couple months (9-gigs). Those are extremely important features when the bulk of work is casual gigs. Ask me in 2-years!
          Pros: The metal spkr grill is a great touch, good protection. The 8 Ohm outputs are more standard and compatible with a wider variety of sprs. The stand mounting hole fits a Hotspot mic stand adapter better than a Hotspot...easy on, easy off. The ground loop/noise problems mentioned earlier? Nope.
          Cons: It could use a handle, especially with the outboard heat sinks. The rear mounted volume & tone controls aren't ideal, but the design allows for 2 spkrs and keeps it compact. The mic stand adapter (optional) should be included.
          The sound improvement over the pwrd Hotspot is obvious. Much more full range. Though I cut the bass a bit to bring out the vocals with the 5-piece, it's nice to know it's available on a solo or duo gig where a little gtr, keys, etc. might be desirable.. The 2-spkr design I imagine?
          Bang for the buck, the best I've used.

          (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Tough little unit

          By Kgp11

          from Brevard, Florida

          About Me Professional Musician

          See all my reviews

          Verified Reviewer

          Pros

          • Durable
          • Good Value
          • Portable
          • Quick Setup

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Performances

            Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

            I read negatives about how its not durable and how the control knobs tend to spin. But I've had this one from about 5 years and its stood up to all kinds of abuse and is just as reliable as ever. It CAN be overdriven if your send is too hot ... and the knobs tend to spin (but not once its set up for performance). I'm real happy with it. I did reinforce the speaker stand hole with some heavy plumbing hardware just so it wouldn't crack. Not a big deal.

            (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

             
            5.0

            Tough little unit !!

            By Kgp11

            from Brevard, Florida

            About Me Professional Musician

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            Pros

            • Durable
            • Easy To Use
            • Good Value
            • Portable
            • Quick Setup

            Cons

              Best Uses

              • Performances

              Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

              I've had this many years as a drummer's monitor ... I had to build a more durable base/pipe connection but once I did I gradually became impressed (bordering on awe) at how tough and durable this unit is. The control dials tend to run a little loose (spin just a bit over the course of a night) but not bad ... but it has huge headroom and some nice features.

              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              5.0

              Great monitor

              By Rockhound

              from Berkeley, CA

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              Pros

              • Durable
              • Easy To Use
              • Good Value
              • Portable
              • Quick Setup

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Performances

                Comments about Nady PM-200A Powered Personal Stage Monitor:

                I've been using this for a while now and it sounds great and really cuts through, even with my loud rock band. I listened to several other active personal monitors and the PM-208A sounded the best and had the best price. I've been really pleased with this choice.

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